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Doc. 26. Bishop Potter's address to the Clergy and congregations of the diocese of Pennsylvania. My dear brethren: The President of the United States, moved by his own sense of duty, and by the request of both Houses of Congress, has designated the last Thursday in September (the 26th inst.) as a day of humiliation, prayer, and fasting, for all the people of the nation. He earnestly recommends that the day be observed in all families and churches with religious solemnity, and with a e God of their fathers — their respect for the memory of one of His honored servants, and their desire to extend to those who need it, the Gospel of His grace. Contributions can be sent to John Welsh, Esq., Treasurer of the Episcopal Fund. Alonzo Potter, Bishop of the Diocese of Penpsylvania. Philadelphia, Sept. 2, 1861. Special service for the National fast. Morning Prayer.--Instead of the Venite, the 130th Psalm. Proper Psalms, 51st and 77th. First Lesson, Isaiah 58th. Second